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us up to date. al? >> reporter: bill, thank you so much. everybody's now comparing this to the blizzard of 1978 and if you look back at some of the archival data, there is a resemblance to that storm. and so they are not taking any chances. the governor of massachusetts ordering people -- asking people not to get on the roads, especially the state highways and throughways after 12:00 noon. airport opened but all flights are canceled. amtrack canceling trains between here and new york city. after the last train leaves at 1:00, that's it. they've stopped all bus traffic. in fact, the subways are shutting down. the "t" as they call it here. they want people off the streets. the message is, it's a friday. make it a three-day weekend. nonessential state workers have been ordered to stay home. don't come in. so people want folks off the streets. boston schools are closed. new york city schools are opened, however, there are no after-school programs going on. 650 pieces of equipment will be on the streets in boston. in new york city, they have 6,300 miles of street to cove
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